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    Thank you for sharing this story... I agree w/everyone here, you should think of writing a book at some point!!! Prayers to you & your family...

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    Thank you for sharing that Jill, what a very nice man to take the time and spend with you and talk about these things that would have been going through your head as sadly there are not enough Vets that take there time with us.

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    I am so sorry about the loss of Linus. These little fur people sure take pieces of your heart with them when they go to the bridge. Your vet sounds wonderful. It is nice to know you have someone caring for your dogs who is so compassionate and empathetic.




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    Thanks for sharing your story.

    So sorry for the loss of Linus.
    Every once in a while a dog enters your life and changes everything.


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    Thanks for sharing your story! It is always nice to hear about kind and compassionate people in life instead of the negative!


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    He sounds like an amazing dr! Very rare these days!

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    What a wonderful tribute to your Linus and your amazing vet. I have had good relations with our vet to and that means so much. I too will be losing my dear bully JDAM this week. She was diagnosed with agressive bone cancer. When my vet told us the outcome of the xrays, she had tears in her eyes right along with us. It's so wonderful to have a vet that understands. We haven't laid JDAM to rest yet....but it will happen in a few days. God bless your Linus and I'm sure he will help my JDAM over the rainbow bridge. Hugs to you.

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    What a wonderful experience for you and Truman. I'm so glad your vet is this way. Thank you so much for sharing this.

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    @sheshistory -- between you wonderful tribute to your sweet boy and now this amazing experience with your vet -- I am in full blown tears at my desk. So glad you have this great vet to care for your babies.

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    Thanks for sharing your story and experience with your vet. It's great to hear positive comments about a vet, and yours sounds like a very caring and compassionate vet, who truly cares not only about his furry patients, but also their owners.
    LEARN A LESSON FROM YOUR DOG, NO MATTER WHAT LIFE BRINGS YOU, KICK SOME GRASS OVER THAT AND MOVE ON.

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    As I read your post, I am also in tears now.......... I lost my boxer some time back and my vet was so kind and compassionate that I will never forget that dreadful night and recall how my vet made it as comfortable and calm as he possibly could. He said all the right things and made me feel as best he could, considering the circumstances as they were.......... We should all be thankful if we are lucky enough to find that kind of vet. I know I am and it sounds like you have a wonderful vet in the lives of your babies too!!

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    Thank you for sharing this experience. It is very comforting to know that this vet took the time to comfort you in your time of need and reinforce the fact that you are a wonderful bully mom. Its also comforting to hear that Truman has grieved for his buddy Linus. This is such a feel good story. I really do think sending a note of recognition for Dr Wright is a great idea. Not many people are recognized these days for going above and beyond the call of duty!

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